RWAs meet police to discuss issues prevalent in Dwarka

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RWAs meet police to discuss issues prevalent in Dwarka

The meeting was organised by Dwarka South Police Station in association with Federation of CGHS

RWAs meet police to discuss issues prevalent in Dwarka

Dwarka: Representatives of various RWAs and managing committees of different DDA pockets and Cooperative Group Housing Societies (CGHS) interacted with police on Saturday. The interaction was held at ITL Public School auditorium in a meeting organised by Dwarka South Police Station in association with the Federation of CGHS, Dwarka.

People raised different issues like encroachments, traffic jams, open drinking, conflicts of RWAs and nuisance created by hooligans in the area. Some representatives shared the problems inside the society premises.

A representative from Harsukh Apartments in Sector 7, SC Garg shared how the vehicles, which are supposed to move on the main road, ply on service lanes making it unsafe for society people. He requested the police to look into the matter.

SHO Rakesh Dadwal on mic interacting with people

Sumit Bhardwaj and Anurag Bahal from Sector 7 raised the issue of nuisance created by a wine shop and parking on the roads. They also shared that the internal lanes are dark and there are cases of eve-teasing being reported near the wine shop. They asked police to look into the matter and increase patrolling in the area.

Anurag Bahal from Sector 7 sharing the problems in the area

President of Sector 8, B Block, Harpal Singh Dhaka made police aware of the unsafe parks and encroachment in the area. People raised the issues from the sectors under the jurisdiction of Dwarka South Police Station.

President of Sector 8, Block B RWA Harpal Singh Dhaka expressing his sector's problems

From Sector 6, people requested the police to stop the parking in the service lane. They also said that near a hospital in Sector 10, there has been issues related to the parking of vehicles on both sides of the internal lane, leaving no space for the pedestrians.

ACP, Dwarka, Sunil Singh and SHO Dwarka South, Rakesh Dadwal responded to all the questions and issues of the people. They assured them to resolve the issues under their jurisdiction. They also asked people to visit the police station personally with details of the problems that they are facing and appropriate action would be taken against the culprits.

On the occasion, a team of the Federation of CGHS, Dwarka led by its president Sudha Sinha was present.